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April 30, 2021

Air Malta Launches its Summer 2021 Flight Schedule

Added: 30 April 2021 Air Malta Launches its Summer 2021 Flight Schedule • 20destinations • Over 3,000 flights • 580,000 seats NOW on sale Air Malta has today launched its summer flight schedule with a planned operation to 20 cities. During the six–month program (covering May till October 2021), the Airline is committed to operate 3,012 flights and will offer for sale over half a million seats. Commenting on this plan, Air Malta’s Chief Commercial Officer Roy Kinnear stated, “This schedule delivers a strong message of commitment by the Airline towards the local and international tourism industry. The schedule focuses […]
April 30, 2021

Are Hotels Prepared for the Return of Meetings & Conferences?

Added: 30 April 2021 Meetings and conferences generate big business for hotels. The pandemic made a big mess of that. On the rebound, hoteliers are eager to see that demand segment return. The arrival of COVID-19 vaccines – coupled with a societal eagerness to get out of the house – has led to a relatively robust bounce in leisure travel, which helped underpin a listless hospitality business. Add Zoom fatigue of workers to the list of travel motivators and the return of medium-sized and large-scale gatherings do not seem to be too far behind. That’s good news for hotels, as […]
April 28, 2021

Comfort and Sustainability. The Hotel of Tomorrow is Already Here.

Added: 29 April 2021 The new formats focus on the environment and digitisation, but without forgetting new types of rooms and larger common areas.   Comfort, multi-functionality and a green approach. These are the keywords of tomorrow’s hotellerie, as perceived by Nicola De Pellegrini, architect and designer with a focus on the hotel sector. “In the past few years, the question for the sector has always been how to acquire younger consumers and how to ride the new trends,” he said in an interview with Il Sole Ore Sole 24 Ore. He stressed that the new generations are much more […]
April 28, 2021

Tourism License Fees Waived for 2021

Added: 28 April 2021 Around 10,000 operators in the tourism industry will not have to pay licenses and fees due to the Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) in 2021, Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo said in a press conference today. The Minister said the scheme is one of a number of measures introduced by the government to support the industry as the country prepares to open its doors to tourists again from 1 June. Bartolo said that the 10,000 or so operators and businesses in the tourism industry will be saving €4 million that would have otherwise been due to the MTA. […]